Congo Tales

Our very first project Congo Tales sets out to communicate the urgency of conservation efforts in the Congo Basin. We took a different approach to those traditionally used to communicate environmental messages in Africa, steering clear of stereotypical stories of plague and war, and instead focusing on the unique mythologies of the region—as told by the people who live there.
What Wisdom looks like.


A free online home-schooling program was born out of the upheavals surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. Tales@Home brings wisdom and creativity from rich ecosystems to all children, no matter where they come from. It helps teachers and students navigate the challenges of online learning.
Magical photos bring fables from Mbomo to life.

Akesi and the Congo River

Akesi and the Congo River is an animated documentary series for children aged 6 to 8. The 3-part show follows the young Akesi in his coming of age adventures. Akesi learns important life lessons—so will your children. This series shows exclusively on our new platform, Tales@Home.


We dream up and take part in countless events to boost our content to bigger and diverse audiences. These events are tailored to people from all walks of life. They allow us to engage in important dialogues and deepen our understanding of the issues we continue to pursue in our content creation.

Sounds of Odzala

We know we can't tell powerful stories without authentic sounds. This is why we invited sound artist David Kamp to work with us during the production of the Congo Tales series. He joined us in the recording and creation of the Odzala-Kokoua Park sound experience. The result is an award-winning soundscape. An art piece, it continues to travel the world.
The most mesmerizing sounds of one of the most bio-diverse places on earth in all of its detail. - David Kamp